There were two questions we were keen to answer when we drove Volvo’s new V40 Cross Country last week – how different is it…
What does ‘sporty’ mean to you? Is it a firm ride with vice-like body control? Or perhaps a hyper-sensitive steering with an almost telepathic…
Ferrari are in the midst of launching the new F12berlinetta this week, stretching the legs of its newest prancing horse in the hills above Maranello where the car was originally developed.
There was a time when owning a Volvo was considered cool – the year was 1994 and Volvo had teamed up with Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR) to contest the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC).
To help raise the brand’s profile, Volvo originally chose the 850 Estate, which they reasoned would generate the most media exposure.
I can tell you specifically when it happened. The moment I fell deeply in love with cars. It was the summer before grade ten, half a year before I could even apply for a driver’s licence.
DR is off to sunny LA to drive the Nissan 370Z next week (yeah we know, tough life and all that). The programme is purely road based but we should get two full days of driving on everything from dull freeways to proper passes that run through the Californian hills.
We’re already huge fans of the 350Z and so hope and expect a smaller, lighter and more agile version with a bit more power and a tighter focus on Cayman-bashing to be great. We’ll bring you a full page-turning feature and video as soon as we can, but as ever we really want to know what you’d like to hear about the new Zed.
The 7-series has always baffled me. BMW’s 5-series is large enough for most uses and yet still cossets and indulges its driver and passengers.
A retractable, hardtop convertible. A double-clutch gearbox and a new V8 tuned for good emissions. Enzo’s grave must be rotating at quite a rate….
I used to think that only mad people bought Audi RS saloons. With BMW mostly refusing to build estate versions of the M cars, and…